Absolutely. I find Eve Dallas, along with most of the other characters, to be very likeable, despite her tough-New York Cop-attitude. This story takes you to something that should be unbelievable, but knowing that it really could happen today (or in the near future) makes it extremely intriguing and fascinating.
Finding out the actual root to the murder and the twists it took to get there.
Yes, I have listened to her in each of the Eve Dallas novels I've read, and can't imagine anyone else narrating for Eve. Susan is great and makes listening to the book very enjoyable.
When Eve nervously invites her friends to her and Roarke's over-the-top Thanksgiving!
It's an interesting story and it makes for a great listen. It's a little far fetched but who knows what we'll be able to do by the 2050's. If you're a Dallas fan you can't miss this, especially because it gets mentioned in the following handful of In Death books.
I was hooked from the very first "In Death" audio book and think each one has only gotten better.
I don't think I have one favorite character because it's the written banter and re-pore they have with each other that makes me love each one of them.
I couldn't name one character's performance as favorite... it's Susan Ericksen's special style & talent that I appreciate, admire and love. I'd say I'm addicted because of her.
This is one of my favorite series however the first book I have listened too. Horrible voices done by narrator. Very disappointing.
I liked the story but I'm thoroughly irked that the narrator cannot pronounce the name of one of the main characters. Her name is PeaBODY NOT Peabuddy. Every time she says Peabody's name I liken it to fingernails down a blackboard. Did anyone listen to her read before she was hired? Unbelievable!
Terrible execution of an interesting idea. Obvious and repetitive, you can see each twist coming a mile a way. It kept reminding me of the terrible 1980s movies about the future. Don't even get me started on the gender issues. Yuck.